In order for your staff to remain productive, and thus value for money, it is vital that your employees know […]
In order for your staff to remain productive, and thus value for money, it is vital that your employees know how to appraise one another. Appraisals are important to a staff member’s progress and performance, and by not tracking this you could be missing warning signs that could have a negative impact on your business.
- Develop performance development plans
- Make performance interviews productive
- Prepare for an appraisal
- Conduct an appraisal discussion
- Document the process
- Accurately evaluate the skills of their employees
- Recognise core competencies that employees must have
- Negotiate difficult conversations about poor performance
- Tackle tough discussions about pay
- Recognise the importance of consistent feedback
This course is CPD accredited. It meets accepted Continuing Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.